That is how much money I have spent on gas since May 1. Geeeeeesha!!!!
I went to Murphy USA again today. They are still $1.83. Maybe if everyone started going there, then the big companies would cut back. I dunno. It'll never happen anyway.
After work yesterday, I washed and vacuumed out my truck. Jess made spaghetti and salad and garlic bread for supper, so I went over there. It was very good, and I'm not even a big s'ghetti fan. I was stuffing it down though, like Sally Struthers two minutes before closing at an all-you-can-eat buffet. After I left there, I went to Wilson Morgan to run the track. The NAIA tournament was still going on, and three or four girls from one of the teams had been walking the track. So when had finished stretching and started running, they were approaching. One of them was like, "Hey sexaaay." I figured she was kidding, so I did what any guy would do and took off running the other way. My calves still haven't forgiven me for Sunday night, either.
Talked to Dave last night. We're gonna have to get together soon. Talked to Matt. He got his pool table ordered. It is a 7-foot Connelly. I'm not sure the exact model. I'll try to post a link to it once I see it. They told him it would likely be delivered by Saturday. Talked to Amber. She has another job interview today. Good luck ;-)
Dave reminded me of a great exchange from "The Library" last night:
Kramer: "Look at her. This is a lonely woman looking for companionship... spinster. Maybe a virgin. Maybe she got hurt a long time ago. She was a schoolgirl. There was a boy. It didn't work out. Now she needs a little tenderness. She needs a little understanding. She needs a little Kramer."
Jerry: "Yeah, and then she'll need a little shot of penicillin." ROFL
That's all I got. Later.
"What are all these voices outside love's open door, make us throw off our contentment, and beg for something more?"